After inking the richest contract extension in NFL history, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson surprised his offensive linemen with shares of Amazon stock currently worth $12,000 each. That's about 6 shares of stock for each lineman at today's current price ($1,919 for each share).

Read more »

Mark Zuckerberg

Aren't you glad you sold your Facebook stock? Facebook stock plummeted over $11 to $174 a share amid news that a British analytics firm linked to former President Trump advisor David Bannon took data from 50 million Facebook users to target individuals online.

Read more »

President Trump

The Dow Industrials set a new record for the biggest intraday market plunge with a 1,500 point drop on Monday. The stock market lost $4 trillion over 6 days and the Dow wiped out all of its gains for the year.

The so-called FANG tech stocks (Amazon, Google, Netflix and Apple) were among the hardest hit, losing over $90 billion in just a few hours on Monday.

So what triggered the big stock market sell off?

Read more »

Kim Kardashian & Kourtney Kardashian take the kids ice skating

On Christmas morning, when most wives were busy unwrapping expensive designer handbags and pricey jewelry, Kim Kardashian's husband, Kanye West, bought her $500,000 worth of shares in some of America's top corporations.

On Christmas morning, Kanye surprised his wife with a box of goodies including a Mickey Mouse toy, Apple headphones and a pair of socks.

Read more »

Television magnate Oprah Winfrey recently purchased a 10% stake in Weight Watchers. According to USA Today she purchased 6.4 million shares in the company stock with an option to buy 3.5 million more shares.

Oprah saw an immediate return on her investment when the price of Weight Watchers stock spiked Monday on the news that she was a major share holder.

The surge in stock price earned the billionaire a whopping $70 million today!

Read more »

Lawmakers and AIDS specialists are protesting the "overnight" increase of a drug that helps to battle parasitic infections in the elderly, infants, and AIDS patients.

The rights to the 62-year-old drug, called Daraprim, was purchased in August by Turing Pharmaceuticals, a small start-up company founded by Martin Shkreli.

Read more »